1. 5 Holiday Meal Strategies for Picky Eaters

    November 25, 2014

    By Ashley Valosek, MS, OTR/LThe holidays are almost here and that means it’s a time to focus on family, friends, gatherings and food! Many of us look forward to the traditional cuisine served on special occasions like Thanksgiving, Hanukah and Christmas but if you have a child who’s a picky eater, you might be feeling […]

  2. Anxiety and Children – A Rising Concern

    November 21, 2014

    By Janet Puderbaugh, MS, OTR/LAs an occupational therapist with many years of experience, I can say unquestionably that we have observed an increase in the number of children presenting with anxiety disorders in recent years.  More and more frequently, parents report that anxiety is one of the primary concerns that they have for their child. This […]

  3. The Value of Consistent & Intensive Treatment

    November 3, 2014

    By Lauren Heckenkemper, MOT, OTR/LAs therapists, our mission is for children to meet or exceed their treatment goals and to function as well as possible in their daily environments. To achieve these objectives, it’s extremely important that your child attends every scheduled therapy session and completes their individualized home programming as recommended. Why is maintaining […]

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